CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly
September 22, 2019
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The great indoors
The great indoors
Outdoor products retailer L.L.Bean underwent major process changes to its distribution environs with amazing results.
Forklift safety every day
Forklift safety every day
National Forklift Safety day is making a difference in reinforcing safe forklift operations. Executives from forklift manufacturers discuss the importance of this government-recognized day and how the Industrial Truck Association emphasizes safety.
Maintaining safety is a group effort
Maintaining safety is a group effort
Everyone has an important role to play in safety, says Melissa Fent, lift truck operator training manager at Crown Equipment Corp. She discusses the need for all employees at a facility to work together to assure a safe work environment.
The forklift industry's initiative to promote safety
The forklift industry's initiative to promote safety
Scott Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing at forklift manufacturer Clark Material Handling Co., highlights the importance of National Forklift Safety Day, the industry's ongoing initiative to promote forklift safety and operator training.
A commitment to forklift safety
A commitment to forklift safety
Don Buckman is the environmental, health, and safety manager and sustainability leader at Hyster-Yale Group Americas. He explains why Hyster and Yale support National Forklift Safety Day and how they will be observing the event around the country.
Spreading the word on safety awareness
Spreading the word on safety awareness
James Radous, president and CEO of UniCarriers Americas, talks about National Forklift Safety Day and how this ongoing industry initiative is creating greater awareness of the need for safe lift truck operations.
Making forklift safety a priority
Making forklift safety a priority
Brett Wood, president and CEO of Toyota Material Handling North America, outlines the forklift industry's extensive efforts to promote safety in the workplace.
Sweet moves
Sweet moves
Processing sweet potatoes can be a grimy business, but rugged Toyota forklifts are well suited for tater transport.
Bringing higher performance and lower costs to the healthcare supply chain
Bringing higher performance and lower costs to the healthcare supply chain
Brian Sullivan, senior systems sales manager for healthcare solutions at Knapp, discusses logistics trends in the pharmaceutical industry and how companies can drive higher performance while also lowering costs in the healthcare supply chain.
The digital disruption of supply chains, and what it means
The digital disruption of supply chains, and what it means
Kevin Reader, director of business development for Knapp, shares his views on digital supply chain disruption and what these disruptions mean for the future outlook of e-commerce.
Disruptive technology comes to the corner grocery store
Disruptive technology comes to the corner grocery store
Bill Stenger and Rudi Hansl of Knapp discuss disruptive trends and technologies that are impacting the grocery sector of the retail business.
North Carolina builds on its legacy as
North Carolina builds on its legacy as "first in flight" with a leading edge drone delivery program
Darshan Divakaran is UAS program engineer with the North Carolina Department of Transportation, where he helps lead efforts to integrate a statewide drone program that includes a focus on medical and standard package delivery and infrastructure.
Gain space with one simple step
Gain space with one simple step
Dr. Kevin Gue of the Logistics and Distribution Institute at the University of Louisville discusses a simple concept he "stumbled upon" that can help warehouses and DC operations gain useable storage space without expanding the building's footprint.
Lessons learned from trucking's perfect storm
Lessons learned from trucking's perfect storm
Mike Regan, co-founder and chief of relationship development at TranzAct Technologies, discusses the trends in freight markets, and how companies can better improve their approach to managing freight costs.
The moving parts (and the promise) of blockchain
The moving parts (and the promise) of blockchain
Richie Etwaru, founder and CEO at Hu-manity.co, which classifies human data as human property, joins us from the MHI Fall 2018 Conference, where he delivered a keynote on blockchain applications and its promise for the future of supply chains.
Predictive analytics for non-analysts
Predictive analytics for non-analysts
There are three key areas organizations should focus on, says The University of Tennessee's Dr. Randy Bradley. He joins us from MHI's Fall 2018 Conference to share key points from his presentation there.
Building supply chain sustainability for competitive advantage
Building supply chain sustainability for competitive advantage
ProMat '17 keynote speaker Andrew Winston shares sustainability lessons learned from leaders in innovative facility design.
Omnichannel defined and optimized
Omnichannel defined and optimized
Kevin Reader, director of business development for KNAPP Logistics Automation, discusses key trends and developments in the logistics field, particularly the current state of omnichannel retail and fulfillment.
Shrinking the skills gap in logistics
Shrinking the skills gap in logistics
Dr. David DeLong, president of Smart Workforce Strategies, recaps some of his ProMat 2017 keynote presentation on practical solutions for closing critical skills shortages in logistics.
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The "Amazonation" of logistics
Mike Regan, co-founder of TranzAct Technologies and an authoritative voice in the logistics profession, offers his take on issues shaping the industry's future, including the technological and operational changes stemming from the growth of Amazon.